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Unit to rent This unit to rent is in… More Details€150
No.28 Woodlands, Ballinatray Lower, Courtown, Gorey, Co. Wexford, is… More Details€55,000
This spacious three bedroom semi-detached residence, which has an… More Details€127,500
One acre site with partially constructed residence This partially… More Details€100,000
Tradional 4 roomed bungalow This traditional, four roomed bungalow… More Details€80,000
4 bedroom semi detached residence This four bed residence… More Details€170,000
6 Bedroom Detached Dormer Bungalow This substantial 6… More Details€280,000
Three Bedroom Family Home This spacious three bedroom semi-detached… More Details€185,000
3 Bedroom Semi-Detached Residence This well presented three bedroom… More Details€120,000
Three Bedroom Semi Detached Residence This spacious semi detached… More Details€148,000
This detached seven bedroom residence which has the… More Details€295,000
4 bedroom Dormer Bungalow on C.0.82 acre This residence… More Details€195,000
These planned two new detached bungalows, which are 1853sq… More Details€235,000
Three Bedroom Family Home with Garage/Granny Flat This spacious… More Details€315,000
5 Bedroom Detached Family Home “Glenview”, Milehouse, Enniscorthy, is… More Details€340,000
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Enniscorthy (Inis Corthaidh in Irish) is the third largest town in County Wexford in the Republic of Ireland (Pop. town & environs 8,964 – source 2002 Census CSO). It is situated on the River Slaney in the centre of the county, 24 km north of the county town, Wexford. The town lies on the N11 road (part of European route E1) from Dublin to Wexford and on the Dublin – Wexford – Rosslare Europort railway line. People from Enniscorthy are colloquially known as “scalders”.
The name Inis Corthaidh derives from the Irish Gaelic word for island (Inis) and what is thought to be an ancient personal name (Corthaidh). The town is situated at the tidal extreme of the River Slaney which is no doubt the reason its being settled originally. The river has gouged steep sides in surrounding rock over the millennia to create the distinctive hilly feel of the town that makes it eminently photogenic.